It’s a few hours ,no several hours, before we say good morning, good afternoon , good night, and good riddance to 2017.
So much has happened not only all over the world , but in the United States as well.
I’m not one and never have been one to make New Year’s resolutions .
It’s not that I don’t think that I could keep them, the whole idea of making them seems like a real waste of time to me.
I’m not knocking those of you who do make them though.
Do you boo.
While looking at the other social media platforms that I follow , I saw this question .
What did you learn in 2017?
I learned a few things, like how to cook spaghetti a lot better than before.
I learned to appreciate New York City a lot more than I did when I was younger.
All those museums that I found boring as a child now as an adult I want to visit as often as I can.
I learned to appreciate and cherish family members that I haven’t seen since the 1980’s.
Most of all the main thing that I’ve learned in 2017 is that I’m not as young as I used to be, so when this 64 almost 65 year old body breaks down and gets sick, that’s God’s way of telling me one thing.
“Slow it down before it breaks down”
I hope that in 2018, it’s a lesson that I won’t forget and will always remember from now on.
Happy New Year and a safe and healthy 2018 to all of you.